On November 13th, I will present a webcast for O'Reilly about Using Messaging Protocols to Build Mobile and Web Applications:
The use of mobile devices is increasing and widening. Not only smart phones and tablets are connected to the internet but also automation devices, car systems, etc. Even though these devices are increasingly powerful, they still have some constraints unknown from desktop devices; they have limited battery life and intermittent network availability requiring efficient protocols to communicate with other devices and servers in a reliable efficient way.
The messaging technology enables us to overcome some of these constraints by providing protocols that efficiently use the most critical resources (network bandwidth and memory) guaranteeing the data will be effectively delivered even in the event of network connectivity loss.
In this webcast, we will take a look at messaging concepts and present two simple messaging protocols, STOMP and MQTT to build simple mobile (iOS) and Web applications.
Registration is free and the webcast will last approximatively 1 hour (40 minutes of presentations and 20 of questions).
See you there!